A large portion of K-12 students in Georgia aren’t getting the technical skills they need in order to make the necessary changes needed in their communities and to remain competitive in the job market. “Less than 5% of Atlanta high schools teach coding related skills” and honorCode is working to improve this statistic. Over the past year, honorCode has been equipping students with the digital competence and entrepreneurial skillset, with the goal of creating the next generation of confident leaders, and now it’s time to celebrate their success!
Join honorCode for an evening of fun and action as honorCode, Inc. celebrates our 1YR Anniversary. We will be unveiling our K12 web-development curriculum, teacher training and student engagement service plan that we will be enacting at Charles R. Drew Charter School for the 2016-2017 school year. All proceeds and funds from this event will go to scaling and refining our services at Charles R. Drew Charter School.
Join honorCode, September 1st! Register here. Location will be emailed to registrants prior to event!
Host Committee in Progress:
- Carol Naughton – Purpose Built Communities
- Dave Peterson – North Highland Global Consulting
- Martha and Toby Brooks – CARE USA
honorCode is an education social enterprise that provides framework and curriculum consulting services to schools and districts in order to bring web-development training, entrepreneurship skills and mindfulness-based stress reduction techniques to low-opportunity students and communities. We exist to expand career options of low-opportunity students in the metro-Atlanta area and groom them to be leaders and agents of change in the tech startup arena.